It’s 2 AM and you awake with a jerk, alone in your fully-lit apartment and still on the couch. On TV, the credits of some movie you’ve already seen a billion times are scrolling by. It feels like rock bottom. And we know, because we’re just like you: single.
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At the Ziegfeld Theater on Monday, June 17-where Tom Cruise’s new movie, Minority Report , was getting the full premiere treatment-the red-carpet territory was calm until- whoooosh !-Jerry Maguire swooped in, shortish, friendly, black-suited, black-booted, scruffy, stubbly and looking like a World Cup goalkeeper. The place went nuts. Flanked by a security detail that would Read More
When you’re not in a relationship, it’s easy to dream in
romantic film clips: zipping around sunny Italy with a swarthy fellow whose
sole desire is to take you off the market ( Roman
Holiday ) … or having a miraculously evolved man burst in on you and your
many angry female friends and proclaim, Read More
Conversations With Wilder , by Cameron Crowe. Alfred A. Knopf, 373 pages, $35.
Cameron Crowe spent many hours talking with Billy Wilder. Mr. Crowe, writer and director of Singles and Jerry Maguire , met with his 93-year-old interlocutor at his office, came by his house, dined with Mr. Wilder and his wife, Audrey. Like François Read More